Bringing Active Living Professionals Together to Ensure Inclusion For All
Active living for people with a disability is extremely important. Not only does it have health benefits, it reduces isolation, improves mental health, promotes social inclusion and reduces the chance of acquiring a secondary disabling condition. As the country moves slowly into recovery from the coronavirus, we thought we would reach out to you with some resources to help facilitate access and inclusion.
Statistics Canada has launched a survey on how COVID-19 is impacting Canadians with disabilities and those with long-term health conditions. The more people who answer the survey, the better the information will be. The survey is open until July 6th.
Are you finding staying at home due to social distancing exhausting? If so, you are not alone. There is definitely a burden we are each carrying day to day, and it can take its toll. How can we manage a physically active routine if we are emotionally overwhelmed?